There are many ways to locate the perfect home to turn into your humble abode, from local media to websites and estate agents. Rightmove (www.rightmove.co.uk) is a leading UK property website that specialises in helping you find your next property. With over a million properties to search through, the Rightmove team has released an app for Windows Phone for mobile browsing.
What's great about the Rightmove app is that it's not only useful for those who are actively seeking a mobile solution to the Rightmove website, but it's seriously well designed. The app is absolutely gorgeous, which is something we've come to enjoy (and to a degree, expect) from developers on the Windows Phone platform.
As one would expect from a Rightmove app, you can essentially search through, filter and browse in more detail millions of properties listed on the system. Sporting a Modern UI focused experience means that you're able to easily navigate through the app and get to the content most relevant to you.
So how about some features?
- Fast access to recently viewed and saved searches
- Fast access to recently viewed and saved properties
- View photos and floorplans of a property that you’re interested in
- See stations and schools near a property
- Share properties on social media and using 'tap to share'
- Save property viewings straight from the app into your calendar
- Learn about the area before your viewing by looking at property in the UK with Streetview.
- Contact estate and lettings agents and developers directly in-app
That's quite the list of functionality. If you're a big fan of the main website and are seeking a solution for your Windows Phone, look no further than the official app. You can download Rightmove from the Windows Phone Store for free (available for Windows Phone 8).
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.